Operated by Volunteers of America Northern CA & Northern NV. The Auburn Shelter was founded by local non-profit Right Hand Auburn.
THE AUBURN SHELTER
Beginning in Winter 2014, the non-profit organization Right Hand Auburn, (RHA) devoted its energy to passionately advocating for an emergency homeless shelter to serve those in need in the Auburn area.
The Auburn Shelter opened June 1, 2015 on a temporary 90 day basis granted by the County of Placer and in November 2015 became a 24/7 center in a former Placer County barrack no longer being used by the county.
In March 2016 the Auburn Shelter operation contract was awarded by Placer County to Volunteers of America Northern California and Northern Nevada. VOA-NCNN operates all shelter programs, staff, case management, policies, oversees volunteers other than those for meal service and also all Placer Country contractual requirements.
The Right Hand Auburn organization continues to provide all meals for the Auburn Shelter and is the driving force in community relations - encouraging ongoing homeless studies & planning with the City of Auburn and County of Placer.
ABOUT Right Hand Auburn: Founding organization of the Auburn Shelter. Right Hand Auburn is a group of local business, non-profits and faith-based organizations that have come together to address the need of the homeless in the Auburn community. RHA is a non-profit, mutual benefit corporation with the charitable 501c3 designation for the State of California and the Federal Internal Revenue Service Tax ID #47-2205031 and founded the Auburn Shelter in 2015. RHA invites you to lift your hand to aid someone in need through donations, learn more about the shelter and lend your voice to support the mission of Right Hand Auburn. For more information visit www.RightHandAuburn.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT Volunteers of America Northern California and Northern Nevada: Volunteers of America Northern California & Northern Nevada is one of the largest providers of social services in the state since is founding in Sacramento in 1911. Operating more than 50 programs including housing, employment services, substance abuse and recovery services to families, individuals, veterans, seniors and youth; Volunteers of America NCNN provides shelter or housing to nearly 1,800 men, women and children every night in the Greater Sacramento area alone. Additionally we serve the Oakland/SF Bay area and the Reno/Sparks Nevada region. Nationally, Volunteers of America helps more than 2.5 million people annually in more than 400 communities across all of the United States.
SEE SHELTER STATISTCS AND CONTACT INFORMATION BELOW
have been placed into transitional or permanent housing since the shelter opened
meals have been served since opening June 2015
sobriety is required of clients. Drug and alcohol testing is done daily.
Individuals served nightly / average occupancy
Men and women in full time case managed program at shelter
Additional individuals may be served in the night-only overflow area
are helped, on average, monthly
On-Site intake and client services questions you may contact Jason Smith, Auburn shelter program manager, Volunteers of America NCNN email@example.com 530-885-8840
To take a tour, grants or donations Erika Fatula, senior development officer, Volunteers of America NCNN firstname.lastname@example.org 916-265-3974
Media, marketing & communications Elizabeth Sands, communications and marketing manager, Volunteers of America NCNN email@example.com 916-265-3642 or 530-320-8957
In-Kind Donations (non-food) and Volunteers (non-food) Ana Bankert, community realtions manager, Volunteers of America NCNN firstname.lastname@example.org 916-265-3966
Food donations, meal preparation and
meal service volunteering John Petrera, RHA meal coordinator, email@example.com